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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Stonebrook Resort Estes Park
Travel Blogs from Estes Park
... br> The walk up was around 3 klm which should have taken about an hour, but with photo stops every second step it took a lot longer. The further we got in the walk the higher we went and the more snow we saw. The ranger at the trail head told us the higher we went the nicer it would be and he was right.
On the way to Emerald Lake we skirted Dream Lake, another chance for more photos. By this time Denise had ditched us and was walking with a group of Texan homeboys which was a bit ...
... across to Estes Park too. We also saw a moose grazing in a pasture. We passed Longs Peak too, with a 14k foot summit. These mountains are huge.
We got to Estes Park and got checked into our camper cabin at KOA. This place is packed this weekend. Our little cabin is in a good spot and really clean and cute. We decided to go over to The Stanley to see if we could somehow get into a ghost tour tonight... maybe somebody wouldn't show up ...
... All of us took naps for about an hour and when we got up Larry had a headache too.
I started supper because Erin's friend Kerry and her husband Andre were coming to eat with us. Erin worked with Kerry at Expedia until Andre got transferred to Denver a year ago. I made Pizza Casserole and salad. They arrived early at 5:20 because they weren't sure how long it would take to get here on Labor Day Weekend. Kerry made lemon bars ...
... each site, firewood for sale and plenty of room.. All rather different to the caravan set up in the UK for sure! Early the following morning we both went running and I headed down the Cub Lake trail....very slow (thanks to complete lack of fitness and 10,000ft altitude) but a fab run nonetheless. Saw my first chipmunk and plenty of hares... Off to hike Bear Lake ...
... off in disgust. You know what *****…GO **** YOURSELF. Seriously. Not everyone is willing to drop $300 a night (which is what it would have been with all their ******** taxes and fees) for a room (one regular room…not a 1 bedroom or anything fancy…you can call it a suite but it’s a ROOM). I fully recognize there are people who will pay $300 a night and more on a hotel and not bat an eye so I respect them charging that but ...